Girl Scout Cookie Cutters

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March 1932 Girl Scout Leader magazine

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Left: 1932 Spring GS Catalog image 

Right: 1932 Fall GS Catalog image

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Image: Angie Olds

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Unknown - may not be Girl Scout related
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Unknown
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1948
It's not known why some have
"Drip-O-Lator, the Better Drip Coffeemaker"
on the handle, ALMOST always upside down.

Drip-O-Lator was a division of the Enterprise Aluminum Company during this era, and therefore may have manufactured the cookie cutter.
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1957 - only one offered
1964 - offered as a set of three; Brownie 4 1/2" tall, Birthday 4" tall and Daisy 3"x3" - HRM manufactured.
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Left - 1982, Right - 1983, showing various colors of plastic. The left image was printed in the catalog "reversed" but this was corrected for 1983.
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1985
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1994, sold for many years
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2016

Image: Angie Olds

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Trefoil Cookie Cutter with raised handle

Images: C.M.

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Canadian Girl Guides
Cookie Cutter 
plastic
Mid-1990's
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2015 - made using a 3-D printer, 3.5" x 2.5", made in Pleasant Valley, MO - Amazon.com  $9+